8 Apr 2007
Section 25 in America 
Nearly complete details of Section 25's forthcoming US tour:

May

Thu 24 - Toronto, The Social (tbc)
Fri 25 - Brooklyn, NYC - Studio B, 259 Banker St, Brooklyn, NY 11222 (appearing with DJ Shred)
Sat 26 - Miami, Poplife
Sun 27 - Detroit, Magic Stick
Mon 28 - Chicago, The Abbey, 3420 West Grace, Chicago, IL 60618
Thu 31 - tbc

June

Fri 1 - tbc
Sat 2 - San Francisco, Mezzanine, 444 Jessie St, San Francisco, CA 94103 (appearing with Sal P from Liquid Liquid)
Sun 3 - Los Angeles, Echo, 1822 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026

The new album, 'Part-Primitiv', and dvd, 'Communicants', will be pressed in the USA (via Darla) as well as coming out on LTM in the UK.

More details at www.section25.com.

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